Indiana, sometimes known as “The Hoosier State”, is commonly associate with agriculture and the Indy 500 race and not so much with aesthetician schools, but there are more of them than you’d think at first! Placed as it is in the heartland of the US its state motto is “The Crossroads of America“. Along with growing corn and grain, IN also has a strong manufacturing sector. Indiana also has many important centres of learning such as the University of Notre Dame.
Hours of Schooling Required
Indiana has fairly strict policies when it comes to school. They require at least 700 hours at an esthetician’s school with classes covering basic skin care, makeup application, safety and sanitation, facial massage, and hair removal, just to name a few. Indiana doesn’t allow for apprenticeship hours to take the place of schooling. You must complete a registered program at an esthetician school or you cannot be licensed. Find a school below:
Getting Your License
After you graduate you must still complete the certification testing according to the state board. You will need to be at least 18 years old at the time of testing, have at least a tenth grade education, and proof of your 700 hour course. The Pearson VUE written exam covers a variety of topics including safety, prevention of accidents, and record keeping, as well as skin conditions, micro-dermabrasion, aromatherapy, and anything else covered in your course.
If you currently hold, or have held a license in a different state, you can fill out an application for reciprocity, as long as your current licence is still valid, you can prove the licensing standards were comparable to Indiana standard. Since many states do not have a 700 hour education requirement, you can substitute one year of licensed practice for 100 hours of education.
Continuing Ed and License Renewal
Once your basic training is complete there are plenty of advanced courses such as laser training or medical aesthetics to be had either in-state or out, or even online. There are no requirements for continuing education in order to maintain your IN aesthetician license but you will be required to pay a fee every four years for license renewal.
Employment after passing the exams and getting your license is readily available in Indiana. Try job search sites for an idea of what’s available in skin care careers. An esthetician’s salary in Indiana can range anywhere between $18k and $40k or more depending on experience. If you are an entrepreneur you and willing to start your own salon or chain of salons you may make much more than that every year.
Also take a look at our school costs page to get an idea how much your training will be.
Some Indiana Esthetician Schools
|Don Roberts School of Hair Design||152 US-30, Schererville, 46375||$14,800|
Price includes books & equipment.
|Cosmetology, Massage, Manicurist, Continuing Education|
|Fuqua Institute of Beauty Culture||7061 Twin Oaks Drive Suite E Indianapolis, 46226||$100- Application Fee|
$5,000.00 - Tuition
|Barbering, Cosmetology, Nail Technology|
|The Salon Professional Academy Evansville||5545 Vogel Road, Evansville, 47715||Total Tuition $9,975||Cosmetology, Manicurist|
|PJS College of Cosmetology||4010 South Emerson Avenue, Indianapolis, 46203||Cost of Attendance: $14260.00 including enrollment fee of $100.00 and $1705.00 for books and equipment.||Cosmetology, Nail Technician|
|Rudae's School of Beauty Culture||208 West Jefferson Street, Kokomo, 46901||900 Hours Tuition @ $11.32 per hours: $10,188.00|
Registration fee: $100.00
Application fee: $100.00
Technology Fees: $249.00
Total Cost: $12,635.00
iPad with Kit: $430.00
Total Cost with iPad: $13,065.00
|Tricoci University of Beauty Culture||833 Ferry Street, Lafayette, 47901||Unknown||Cosmetology, Barber, Manicuring, Continuing Education|
Tricoci University of Beauty Culture – Indianapolis
ABC Beauty College – 2814 West 71st Street, Indianapolis, IN 46268
Tricoci University of Beauty Culture – Highland, IN
The Salon Professional Academy – Anderson
Masters of Cosmetology College – Fort Wayne
The Salon Professional Academy – Kokomo
P J’s College of Cosmetology – Carmel
P J’s College of Cosmetology – Indianapolis
Empire Beauty School – Indianapolis
Rudae’s Beauty College – Fort Wayne
Michigan City Beauty College – 3309 Franklin Street, Michigan City 46360
Vogue School of Beauty Culture – 301 Lincoln Way W., Mishawaka 46544 — Besides, of course, offering a complete aesthetics education Vogue prides itself on being active in the community through charity events. Recently students and staff collected more than $4,700 for a Relay for Life Cancer Drive and regularly take part in LocksofLove.
Did we miss any Indiana schools for esthetics training? Please contact us to let us know.